Thami Ngubeni Biography
Thami Ngubeni was born on 31st January 1975 in Katlegong in South Africa. She is a South African actress,writer,editor, media personality and producer.
Thami Ngubeni Acting Career
She acted on the soapie Generations, the drama series Molo Fish and the comedies Suburban Bliss and Going Up.
In 2004 she acted in the film Critical Assignment as Sabina and also in the film Country of My Skull but her scenes were deleted. In 2006 she played a lead role in the wineland drama series Known Gods, as the character of Nana Soci. In 2007 she played one of the lead doctors, Dr. Ingrid Nyoka, in the medical drama series Jozi-H.
Her theatre credits include Romeo and Juliet as Juliet, Sizwe Banzi is Dead as Sizwe, The Crucible as Tituba, and Fagin in Oliver Twist.
Thami Ngubeni Career in media
She has been a host and interviewer on the lifestyle magazine show Free Spirit. In 2011 she hosted her own show The Scarlet Lounge on DStv’s Christian channel ONE Gospel.
She has been a newsreader and the host of her shows on Metro FM including an entertainment show and a motivational show The Sacred Space.
She has also worked as a DJ at the American Radio Network (ARN), a syndicated cable network covering the greater L.A. region. She owns Tamzin media that creates and produces media for TV, film, radio and print.
Thami Ngubeni Positions
- 2011: Host of Christian Channel ONE Gospel, The Scarlet Lounge Dtv.
- 2007: Actress of Jozi-H.
- May 2007 – May 2008: Editor at The Oprah Magazine.
- 2003: Host of BET Grammys Party
- September 1999 – Present: Managing Director of Thamzin Media.
- 1999 – 2006: Writer and Producer at Fremantle Media.
- Radio Broadcaster at Radio 2000.
- Radio Broadcaster , The Sacred Space, Metro FM.
Thami Ngubeni Awards and Honors
- Best TV Talkshow for ‘Life with Thami’ during the 2014 SA Films and TV Awards, 2014.
- Miss South Africa, 1998.
- Miss African Times, 1997.
Thami Ngubeni Age
She was born on 31st January 1975. She is 43 years old as of 2018.
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Thami explores life and divinity on new TV show
Thami Ngubeni oozes with positivity. I soon find out as I sit next to her in a lavish garden that her aura is calming and reassuring, almost like a nurturer.
Perhaps it’s her on-air persona on Metro FM on TheSacred Space, her religious Sunday morning show, that has painted her in this peaceful light. She only has a halo missing.
I meet Ngubeni at the SABC2’s Game Changers launch in Honeydew, northern Johannesburg, recently to talk about her TV show Life with Thami. We are surrounded by television stars from the channel, and she squeezes in a few minutes for a chat.
From next week Saturday February 11, fans can tune into SABC2 at 6pm for the show that gives perspective on real-life challenges.
She tells me about Life with Thami. “As the title explains, this talk show is about life. It is about living life from the inside-out as opposed to the outside-in. It is really about drawing strength from within, and that will sustain you,” Ngubeni says.
1. Health Benefits of Apples
2. Health Benefits of Bananas
3. Health Benefits of Honey
4. Health Benefits of Ginger
5. Health Benefits of Garlic
6. Health Benefits of Lemon
7. Health Benefits of Pumpkin
8. Health Benefits of Watermelons
1. 25 Sexual Questions to Ask A Girl
2. 45 Things a Girl Wants But Wont Ask For
3. 10 Things You’re Doing that are Killing Your Kidneys
4. 25 Really Romantic Ideas to Make Your Lover Melt!
5. 60 Really Sweet Things To Say To A Girl
6. 19 Things Women in Relationships Must Not Do
7. 20 Things Women Should Never, Ever, Do
8. Top 20 Things Men Should Never, Ever, Do
The show boasts 13 episodes with heartfelt topics being tackled in each episode.
Ngubeni shares some of her favourite moments of the show. “We interviewed [musician] Lira on one episode and explored her philosophy of believing. Lira is so intentional in her life and thus the results match her actions.”
The show will have an array of people being interviewed – both famous and ordinary.
“The show will highlight everyone from different walks of life. We will speak to someone who survived cancer as a young girl and was medically diagnosed that she could never have babies in her life, but later conceived.
“We also had an interview with Sello Maake Ka-Ncube on his history of domestic abuse.
“The aim is to have men voice out their struggles and encourage a dialogue of counsel among the community of men. Women are often the ones speaking out and the men judged, but on the episode we speak to men from a point of hurt, so they can heal and counsel each other.
“We focus on divinity. Life with Thami will show how people can get through life positively without camouflaging reality. We laugh, we have fun but are still very real. It is meant for everyone and not just spiritual people, everyone can draw inspiration.”
Apart from her amazing looks, figure, knowledge of current affairs and an astounding insight of the Bible, Ngubeni touches lives all over.
“Slay for Christ, wear your make-up and dress well and do your very best. Let the light in you shine so brightly that no one can miss it and don’t compromise yourself.”
Ngubeni has a media career spanning over 15 years. She hosts a news and current affairs show on Radio 2000. “The work that I do on Radio 2000 is so closely linked to The Sacred Space.
“It relates to the lives of people and all things. God is the maker of all things, so He cares even about our current affairs,” Ngubeni says.
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